I have completed my PhD dissertation in the Department of History of the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. My research highlights themes of urban transformation in the modern Middle East and eastern Mediterranean. I have been teaching for the IH Program at Temple since I moved to Philadelphia in 2019.
Concession of Jerusalem (1908-1914): Elite Citizenship, Urban Infrastructure, and the Abortive Modernization of a Late Ottoman City.” In Ordinary Jerusalem, 1840-1940: Opening New Archives, Revisiting a Global City, eds. Vincent Lemire and Angelos Dalachanis. Leiden: Brill, 475-489.
“Ottomanism in a Late and Post-imperial Context: The Mekteb-i Sana'i and the Muslims of Salonica, 1872-1923.” Die Welt des Islams 56 (2016), 415-437.